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Cullman High School

Our Career and Technical Education department offers students a wide range of course offerings.  From agriscience to computer science, our students can explore many possible career pathways. 

Cullman High School takes pride in the diverse range of Career and Technical Education programs offered. We have partnered with Wallace State Community College to provide free dual-enrollment CTE courses both on the CHS campus and at WSCC. Our students also have the opportunity to attend the Academy of Craft Training - North Alabama, which is a public-private partnership between the commercial construction industry and the State of Alabama’s K-12 Career and Technical Education System.

Whether students are planning to go to college or enter the workforce, Career and Technical Education (CTE) can help them prepare for their future. CTE programs include career skills training that helps students become ready for college or work. CTE curriculum focuses students on academic, employability, and technical skills used in a specific occupation. Opportunities are available for students at the middle school, high school, and post-secondary levels.